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Test: Synonyms- 2 - Question 1

Practice Quiz or MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions) with solutions are available for Practice, which would help you prepare for "Synonyms" under Verbal Aptitude. You can practice these practice quizzes as per your speed and improvise the topic. The same topic is covered under various competitive examinations like - CAT, GMAT, Bank PO, SSC and other competitive examinations.
Q. Guess the correct synonym of the following words: 
TIMID

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Synonym of Timid is Shy.
Shy usually means you are too embarrassed to say anything, like a shy person at a party doesn't want to join the conversation.
Timid like Maria said, is fearful of things, usually you imagine the word "timid" with a mouse, if you are timid like a mouse, you are cautious of everything around you and won't take risks unless you have to.

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NEUTRAL

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Neutral: Being neutral means not taking sides in a conflict or dispute. It implies remaining detached or impartial, without showing favoritism towards any particular person, group, or position.

Unbiased: Being unbiased refers to having no preference or prejudice for or against a particular viewpoint, individual, or outcome. 

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SHALLOW

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Shallow: Typically describes a lack of depth in character, thought, or emotion.

Superficial: This term also suggests a lack of depth, but it often refers to things that are only on the surface or are concerned primarily with appearances rather than substance.

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DIVERSION

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Diversion: The act of turning aside or redirecting from a course or path, often to something more enjoyable or entertaining.
Deviation: The act of departing or straying from a standard or expected course; a divergence or deviation from the norm.

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INSOLVENT

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Insolvent and bankrupt are often used interchangeably to refer to financial situations where an individual or entity is unable to meet financial obligations. They both imply a lack of ability to pay debts. So, in this case, "bankrupt" is a synonym for "insolvent."

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INEXPLICABLE

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Unconnected not joined together or to something else.
Chaotic : in a state of complete confusion and disorder.
Unaccountable : unable to be explained; Inexplicable.
Confusing : bewildering or perplexing.
Inexplicable : unable to be explained or accounted for.

Synonym of Inexplicable is Unaccountable

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TRANSIENT

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Transparent : (of a material or article) allowing light to pass through so that objects behind can be distinctly seen.
Fleeting : lasting for a very short time.
Feeble : lacking physical strength, especially as a result of age or illness.
Fanciful : over-imaginative and unrealistic.
Transient : lasting for a very short time.

Synonym of Transient is Fleeting

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REPEAL

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As verbs the difference between cancel and repeal is that cancel is to cross out something with lines etc while repeal is to cancel, invalidate, annul.

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SALACITY

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Bliss : perfect happiness; great joy.
Depression : feelings of severe despondency and dejection.
Indecency : an indecent act or expression.
Recession : a period of temporary economic decline during which trade and industrial activity are reduced, generally identified by a fall in GDP in two successive quarters.
Salacity : the expression of undue or inappropriate interest in sexual matters.

Synonym of Salacity is Indecency
 

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ECSTATIC

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Animated : full of life or excitement; lively.
Enraptured : give intense pleasure or joy to.
Bewildered : perplexed and confused; very puzzled.
Fitful : active or occurring spasmodically or intermittently; not regular or steady.
Ecstatic : feeling or expressing overwhelming happiness or joyful excitement.

Synonym of Ecstatic is Enraptured
 

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ADMONISH

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When used as verbs, admonish means to warn or notify of a fault, whereas reprimand means to reprove in a formal or official way. Reprimand is also noun with the meaning: a severe, formal or official reproof.

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INFREQUENT

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Infrequent: This term suggests occurrences that happen with less frequency than typical or expected.

Rare: "Rare" conveys a higher degree of scarcity or unusualness compared to "infrequent." Something that is rare happens very seldom, with a low probability of occurrence.

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RESTRAINT

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Hindrance : a thing that provides resistance, delay, or obstruction to something or someone.
Repression : the action of subduing someone or something by force.
Obstacle : a thing that blocks one's way or prevents or hinders progress.
Restriction : a limiting condition or measure, especially a legal one.
Restraint : a measure or condition that keeps someone or something under control.
 

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DEIFY

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The word “deify” means to “worship or regard as a god.” For example: “she was deified by the early Romans as a fertility goddess”.

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HARBINGER

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Messenger : a person who carries a message or is employed to carry messages.
Steward : a person employed to look after the passengers on a ship, aircraft, or train.
Forerunner : a person or thing that precedes the coming or development of someone or something else.
Pilot : a person who operates the flying controls of an aircraft.

Harbinger : a forerunner of something.

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VENUE 

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Venue: This term typically refers to a specific location where an event or activity takes place. It often carries the connotation of being chosen or designated for a particular purpose, such as a concert venue, a wedding venue, or a courtroom.

Place: "Place" is a more general term that can refer to any location or area, whether specific or undefined.

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CANDID

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Frank is a synonym of candid.
As adjectives the difference between frank and candid is that frank is honest, especially in an manner that seems slightly blunt while candid is impartial and free from prejudice.

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MELD

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Soothe : gently calm (a person or their feelings).
Merge : combine or cause to combine to form a single entity.
Purchase : acquire (something) by paying for it; buy.
Glisten : (of something wet or greasy) shine with a sparkling light.
Meld : blend; combine.

Synonym of Meld is Merge
 

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LYNCH

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To lynch is to murder, or unlawfully kill. When an angry mob kills someone they believe is guilty of a crime, they lynch that person. Through history, when a group of people murders someone, especially by hanging him by the neck, they are usually said to lynch him.

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TORTURE

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Torment : severe physical or mental suffering.
Chastisement : to criticize someone severely.
Harassment : aggressive pressure or intimidation.
Terror : extreme fear.
Torture : the action or practice of inflicting severe pain on someone as a punishment or in order to force them to do or say something.
Synonym of Torture is Torment
 

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